English Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked Imran Khan-drove government in Pakistan to “ensure crucial rights” to all residents of south Asian nations.
New Delhi: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked Imran Khan-drove government in Pakistan to “ensure basic rights” to all residents of south Asian nations.
The issue was brought up in the British Parliament by Minister for South Asia and the Commonwealth Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon with Pakistani’s Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari.
The issue sprung up after late reports of the murdering of Mehmood Khan, an Ahmadi in northern city of Peshawar. He is the fourth Ahmadi to be shot dead in the city. Ahmadi are minorities in Pakistan and their perspectives are viewed as shocking in standard Islam.
While raising the matter of slaughtering, a British MP stated, “We ought not disregard philanthropic shameful acts and situation of oppressed minorities.”
Contempt lectured in Pakistan, winds up in the city of Britain and it is in light of a legitimate concern for our own security that the British Government makes it clear to Pakistan, that state upheld oppression must end,” he said.
India has featured the decaying circumstance of minorities in the Pakistan on different occasions previously, particularly the powerful change of minority Hindu, Sikhs and Christians.
A week ago, India had gathered top Pakistani negotiator in Delhi after the administration of the Holy Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara was offered over to a board with no Sikh portrayal.